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European Views of the Americas is a searchable bibliographic index to books, manuscripts, broadsides and other materials printed in Europe relating to the Amercas, 1493-1750. Among the topics covered by are the slave trade, piracy, French in American, British colonies, commerce, exploration, Dutch in America and the Jesuits. Other subjects include botany, shipping, natural history, mines, minerals, law, navigation and named areas like Chile, Hispaniola, Jamaica, New York, Peru and other indiviual countries, islands, cities, colonies and regions.The original bibliography was co-developed by John Alden and Dennis Landis, Curator of European Books at The John Carter Brown Library. There are currently more than 32,000 entries.Other title: European Americana: a chronological guide to works printed in Europe relating to the Americas 1493-1750.
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IUB Library Subjects:
  • Geography
  • American Studies
  • History

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Union catalogs -- United States.
Union catalogs -- Europe.
Union catalogs -- Canada.
America -- History -- To 1810 -- Bibliography -- Union lists.
America -- History -- To 1810 -- Sources -- Bibliography -- Union lists.